Mon, Jan 07, 2013
Will Look To Develop Business In Northern And Eastern Europe
A new branch office for aviation and space insurance provider Global Aerospace in Cologne, Germany will be led by Joerg Jakobs, who joined the organization effective January 1st. Jakobs will be responsible for the development of business throughout northern and eastern Europe, working closely with the company's established underwriting and claims teams around the Group.
In a news release, Global Aerospace said Jakobs brings over 25 years of experience in both underwriting and broking and joins Global from Kairos Consulting, a specialist aviation insurance and reinsurance intermediary he founded in 2003. “Our German branch complements and strengthens our network in Europe and I am delighted that it will be led by someone of Joerg’s calibre and professional standing,” said Nick Brown, Global Aerospace Group Chief Executive.
“I am glad to have the opportunity to represent Global in Continental Europe and to become part of this industry-leading team," Jakobs said. "I am confident that there is a need for a true local alternative providing not only competitive terms, but also exceptionally good service, substantial capacity and outstanding financial security. My aim is to make Global Aerospace the local insurer of choice for professional aviation clients and brokers.”
Global Aerospace is a provider of Aerospace insurance with a worldwide portfolio of clients who are engaged in every aspect of the Aviation and Space industries.
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